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    3 comments  ·  Premiere Pro » User experience/interface  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    No movement on this in over 3 years...
    The technology is right there in After Effects - please, Adobe, just copy the code from AE and paste it into PPro!

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    Paul Roper commented  · 

    I'm very surprised this does not have hundreds of upvotes - it seems like such an obvious thing! And surely it would make the AI-powered auto-transcriber's job a whole lot easier if it had a script to refer to!

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  5. 7 votes

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    2 comments  ·  Premiere Pro » Audio  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Paul Roper commented  · 

    I absolutely agree. I came here to suggest exactly this feature, and see that other people have already suggested it. Having an "overlap" control would be ideal so as well as the duration of the fade (as we have now), we can set how much of that overlaps the dialogue. I love the auto-ducking feature, but always have to go in and tweak the keyframes afterwards - always in exactly the same way, to increase the overlap.

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    Paul Roper commented  · 

    Although it's not a true variable width thing, I assume you're aware of the new-ish Taper and Wave things for a stroke? Might help a bit maybe.

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  8. 34 votes

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    9 comments  ·  Premiere Pro » Essential Graphics  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Paul Roper commented  · 

    The Media Replacement thing is great (and provides a workaround - kind of). But if you're NOT using the media replacement technique, Premiere still does not respect the blending modes of the layers in a mogrt. I'm sure many people would love the simple ability to create a caption with a mogrt with a background (probably just a solid rectangle) in Multiply Mode over their footage. Could we please have Premiere respect the blending modes of AE layers?

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    I came here to request that holding the shift key also constrains movement of points in the curves to horizontal as well as (as it is currently) vertical movement, and saw it's already been requested, albeit over 3 years ago.

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    I 3rd this! I requested this many years ago, but not much has happened, evidently.

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    Yes - absolutely this. It could be an option in the Prefs > Previews section to have a guide layer render/not render during a preview.

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    I requested this exact idea many years ago! Maybe it could be called 'render-only layer'.

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    Paul Roper commented  · 

    There's even already a bit of space among the 'faux bold', 'all caps' etc. options in the character palette for a 'monospaced' option.

    Just adding the words:
    monospaced font
    fixed-pitch
    fixed-width
    non-proportional font
    ...in case anyone else is looking to vote for this great potential feature, and the search doesn't find "monopaced"!

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    Paul Roper commented  · 

    As @Peter C pointed out, I believe this is referring to the unfortunate practice of Premier deleting some part of a clip that is off the end of the visible timeline, eg. I've zoomed in to the timeline, then selected a clip of rogue audio, hit delete to get rid of it, without knowing that it's linked to some crucial video clip somewhere further down the timeline that I can't currently see. A warning pop-up saying something along the lines of "do you realise you're deleting a clip that's not currently visible on the timeline?".

    The same should apply to altering in/out points - in fact if anything that's off the end of the currently visible timeline is changing, a warning should appear.

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    Paul Roper commented  · 

    I know it's possible to show the audio waveforms of nested clips if you do a Sequence > Render Audio, but why can't Premiere auto-render the audio in the background when it's idle?

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    I was surprised that this is not a thing.

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